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affordable, offer more flexibility. >> i don't miss property taxes. i don't miss big utility bills. >> reporter: jonathan fitzgerald sold his five bedroom suburban house two years ago and moved to an in-town apartment. his mortgage was $12,000 a month, his rent is $4,500. >> now i want to be closer to the office, i want to be close to my friends and all the restaurants and places that i go to on a regular basis. >> reporter: it's a trend developer rick caruso noticed years ago. he builds outdoor malls based on old urban models: retail below, apartments above. >> this is a cultural shift with the dollars following. net positive for the economy. net good for the economy. >> reporter: since the recession, caruso has invested $260 million in apartment projects. he's banking the apartment boom won't slow down any time soon. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >> schieffer: europe's most active volcano has surged to life again and it is quite a show. mount etna in sicily is blasting lava hundreds of feet into the air. molten rivers are flowing down its slopes. so far nearby towns appea
and the district, where a bible camp trip took a big turn for the worst. >>> i'm scott broom in garfield park southeast washington where this afternoon a huge branch fell down on some kids from a vacation bible camp from the people's church. >> i had a dream that the tree fell. >> i thought someone was getting shot. >> it was the biggest branch of a grand old tree. children and counselors from a
hotter. american airlines struck a big deal today, in fact it was the biggest in aviation history. it's going to spend a reported 38 billion to buy 460 new jets from the world's two biggest airplane manufacturers. but is it a good deal for passengers? maya rodriguez takes a look. >> reporter: when it comes to making airplanes there are no fiercer rivals than buying and airbus, but today they had to share and stage and enthusiasm for the record deal with american airlines. >> i never thought i'd see a back drop with airbus and boeing and american on it, but we have it today. >> reporter: the new planes will begin rolling out by 2013. and will help overhaul americans' aging fleet. american airlines president tom horton says his airline will be the youngest and one of the most fuel efficient in the country. >> this is all about improving our economics and improving our product. >> reporter: american airlines, which lost $286 million in spring, has been hit hard by rising fuel costs. the deal is a major coup for airbus, the european company had not done business with american since the 19
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